''I don't know much about Tennessee,'' White confided to Andrew Bone of Scout.com. ''One player who is from my high school, Tee Martin, played there. That's all I really know about them.''
''My top three are LSU, Alabama, and Auburn,'' he told Bone. ''Tennessee is right behind those three schools.''
White described LSU as a place ''I have always wanted to go.... I would lik e to play with JaMarcus (Russell) once again. I want to go somewhere I feel comfortable.''
Alabama, he added, ''is the home-state school, and I would love to represen= t Alabama. They also have a great quarterback and a great defense.''
As for Auburn, White said, ''I just like them.''
White said he plans to attend upcoming camps at LSU and Auburn, adding: ''I will probably take unofficial visits to Alabama, LSU, and Auburn before the summer is over."
Like many top prospects, White says he is in no hurry to make a commitment.
''I don=B9t really want to rush into anything," he told Bone. ''I want to pic k the right school that is best for me. I don=B9t want to wait too long though. I am going to see what each school has to offer.''
Two of Tennessee's top receivers, C.J. Fayton and Chris Hannon, will be seniors next fall. That makes finding some wideout reinforcements a priority. If junior Robert Meachem opts to skip his senior year and turn pro, wideout becomes a major priority.